I teamed up with the crew at United Pixelworkers to issue an updated design of Method & Craft's official shirt. After the success of our first shirt I decided to keep the design the same and change up the colors instead, opting for the "Athletic Blue" American Apparel Tri-blend shirt.
If you missed out on the first shirt design or want to add another to your wardrobe, head over and buy one now!
over 1 year ago
Great stuff. Ordered mine (plus 3 more), went a little obnoxious with this but can't wait for the tshirts. Well done.
I can't wait to wear a brand that heavily influenced by passion to get back into design work. Especially the 'combining vector shapes' video you crafted up. Thank you.
Bought it. It'll fit in nicely with my new Fine Goods shirts. They'll be friends forever. See you at SXSW!
The first shirt is my favorite; love the feel. Does the new one have the same weight and softness?
by Derek Jensen
It seems to be T-shirt season with the launch of shirts from Fine Goods, The Great Discontent, and Method & Craft, which I decided to rebound.
I rebounded Phil's shot because he coached me about 'combining vector shapes'. Dear Phil, the logo you see multiplied and transformed in the shot is all from that method. The Resimplify logo is my craft that I thought was pretty clever.
Resimplify is my first company launching February 1st (clever, cool date). The tagline is "simply reworking" and more specifically we will focus on being the source for 'reworkings' in advertising and identity design.
I've developed a 12-point (plan to expand) manifesto that you can read here.
I'd like to know what you think of these two t-shirt concepts for Resimplify. If you look close you can see what I call a 'process pattern'. These would be printed on a color choice of the following: #FFFFFF, #F1B2AC, #79CABA, #C0DBEE
Also if you're really interested or intrigued by these shirts or Resimplify in general you can subscribe to my email newsletter here. I DISLIKE SPAM just so you know.
over 1 year ago
I *love* Method & Craft.. totally want to sport one of these shirts!
about 1 year ago
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